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Samsung EVO PLUS 64GB Micro SD $19.99 @ Expert Infotech

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Cheapest price ever according to PriceSpy.
Free pickup from Auckland store, otherwise shipping from $5.99.
Possible price match from Noel Leeming.
Probably cheaper from eBay etc but some of those sellers sell fake cards

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Comments

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    I've found the best place for ad cards is AliExpress. These can be had for 10-15 dollars and have all been genuine so far. As long as you go with a seller with 2000+ orders you can't go wrong.

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    I tried a noel leeming price match promise with Expert infotech on a kindle, and Noel Leeming said that they don't price match with Expert infotech as they parallel import.

    I emailed Expert infotech and asked if their kindle is parallel imported and they said no.

    So, I don't know that you'd have much luck price matching.

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      I understand that it will only price match for competitors' sales. Excludes businesses that sell only online, without running offline stores.

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        Expert infotech has a physical store. Noel Leeming does that quite often calling other store products as "Parallel Imports". They did it before with computer lounge's Sony 1000xm3 headphones last time.
        I've also tried price matching a google home hub at Noel Leeming before and they denied it on the basis that the item is parallel imported even though Noel Leeming's themselves sell the item as a parallel import since google doesnt sell it in NZ.

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          They have done that to me a few times without any actual evidence, misleading practice there accusing other stores as parallel importers to avoid "price promise"

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      i've had staff from NL say that they can't price match due to various reasons. 1. the said competitor is not close enough to their store, 2. competitor is selling parallel imported products when they weren't

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    I've bought from joybuy a couple of times, also good prices and reliable. Think they have been posted on here a couple of times. One of my 128gb SD cards just died and can't reformat it or anything, gutted as had just taken footage at adrenaline forest and lost the lot.

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    So i grabbed one from their store today, when inserted i was greeted by corrupted memory card-format pop up. After formatting i tested the write/read speed on a blackberry keytwo and got 33.73MB/s writing, 75.66MB/s reading and it had 59.6gb free space